Posts Tagged: reading

Conversing with the contributors: Studying Creative Writing – Successfully

Niyousha writes: We’re thrilled to announce the publication of  Studying Creative Writing – Successfully this month. Edited by Stephanie Vanderslice, this book offers a practical guide through the creative writing landscape for both undergraduate and graduate studies. To give you a glimpse

Conversing with the contributors: Studying Creative Writing – Successfully

Niyousha writes: We’re thrilled to announce the publication of  Studying Creative Writing – Successfully this month. Edited by Stephanie Vanderslice, this book offers a practical guide through the creative writing landscape for both undergraduate and graduate studies. To give you a glimpse

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

How to read like a writer

“If you’re a writer – or want to be one – you must also be a reader”: that is how Erika Dreifus, author of Quiet Americans, begins her guest post entitled ‘How to read like a writer, in five easy

How to read like a writer

“If you’re a writer – or want to be one – you must also be a reader”: that is how Erika Dreifus, author of Quiet Americans, begins her guest post entitled ‘How to read like a writer, in five easy

Reading Creative Writing Studies e-books in libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post I outlined five ways of reading Creative Writing Studies publications. One of these is reading e-book editions from libraries. Many academic libraries have already started to stock our e-books. If your library does

Reading Creative Writing Studies e-books in libraries

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post I outlined five ways of reading Creative Writing Studies publications. One of these is reading e-book editions from libraries. Many academic libraries have already started to stock our e-books. If your library does

Downloading creative writing publications as e-books

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post I outlined five ways in which our readers can acquire or access our publications. These include ways of acquiring them in e-book format. One such way, explained in the post on 31 January 2012,

Downloading creative writing publications as e-books

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post I outlined five ways in which our readers can acquire or access our publications. These include ways of acquiring them in e-book format. One such way, explained in the post on 31 January 2012,

Reading creative writing publications on the cloud

Anthony Haynes writes: In our previous post I outlined five ways in which our readers can acquire or access our publications. The least conventional of these is accessing publications on the cloud. Starting with our latest publication, we are making

Reading creative writing publications on the cloud

Anthony Haynes writes: In our previous post I outlined five ways in which our readers can acquire or access our publications. The least conventional of these is accessing publications on the cloud. Starting with our latest publication, we are making

Reading creative writing publications

Anthony Haynes writes: In developing the Creative Writing Studies imprint, we’ve given a good deal of thought to how readers can access and read publications. Our aim is to offer readers the widest possible choice. As a result, we’ve established

Reading creative writing publications

Anthony Haynes writes: In developing the Creative Writing Studies imprint, we’ve given a good deal of thought to how readers can access and read publications. Our aim is to offer readers the widest possible choice. As a result, we’ve established